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Ray Smith, PhD, professor and forage extension specialist at the University of Kentucky, in a publication when at Virginia Tech University that he helped author, stated that the concentration of moisture in hay contributes to the microbial activity leading to hay fires. Smith further stated that before baling, hay should be cured to the proper […]
What is the origin of the Large Munsterlander? The Large Munsterlander was first seen in the 1800s in Germany. Although they both carry the name Munsterlander, the Small and Large are not related. There is a connection to the German Long-Haired Pointer and many people believe that is was once a color variation of the […]